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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL o 1OL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 1908 NO 99 HUBBLE Miss Nannlo Sloan Is vtatlng relatives s at Somerset Misses Jeeal and Jean McKechnlo went to Montlcollo Tuesday to visit friends and relatives JOB McKcchnlo was appointed by th Fiscal Court to co to Shclbyvlllo last week and Investlgato a rock crushes Mrs S M Spoonamoro is on tho sick list Elder J T Williams preached an al nucntecrmon at tho Methodist church Sunday on The Power and Divinity of Christ Elder W G Montgomery will fill his appointment at the Christian church g and night Valentino day Is hero and Cupid Is sending his arrows In every direction Ui 1ually tho men have a number of chance to escape impending matrimony but i this being leap year tho mandates oi St Valentino require their ultimat self sacrifice- John and George Wilde Bold their crop of tobacco at 12c Jot McKcchnlo some hopi to J T Johnson at tc R G Brolton has Kon to tho mountains to buy some milk cows A P Sloan sold some cattle te J M Rankin at 3c Tom Wilder sold his tobacco crop at lOc Notice To Contractors Sotlro h uproby given that I nt super slur of rtxult for Lincoln county until lOoIokMONDAY MAIUll JIWM ltCtho eld hide fortoneand grsvrl contract nut lie varloui kvctloni nf turnpike In Mil Lincoln county Kditugky All tiliU fur furnlihlng hrvnkln and prrdhtg elouu std gravnl must eased and with me on or Iwforv o jtlanfontt Ihut unto ContrAct wilt Iw lot to i it and brat lilciilori nml contractor will b required to the bond with umty to be KI provml lijr inolortlio faithful iwrfurrannu their contrnctiDiiil fur all nil It IIIK damage for failure to so iwrlonn tliclrcon trnrii wrlihlu the time mid undtr the con tlllloat lirrvtnMtvr monllomxl J1 troll HUnfurU funl- tinlllnwklnefllrnnelinits tone Marne auctlof I from Inwkill t llrnncli to llojrltt linn roJi prayel- P Ruth llrnnrh plko from Htnntonl and IitnrAlrto lliuli ilrnnch Unxliilono Ihinvllltmml nnrnilvr pike vrholu rondo 2unU tutuHlnliforU nml Knob Mek pike 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on margin of rond or iectlon Iy HIt taw All mint bo 1IIIIIt before teL linw All motnl Is to IM measured by tho kUiwrvUor who mny doilatmtw when and Iwrlt It to Iw iprmd crimlicd stunt must ipnml nut later than Jnn I lee tit erul Htono to liolctt nt cruihor or on margin of iilkntinlmpoto Iw mmmured by salervlaor nnd to bu proud by contractor wliou and wliuro din ctud by atone furnlnhcHl must Iw IllIlooJraorJAll llmoHtono or quartz eel urokon Into plocei nod aoroonml not to OXCNK two tttohee In diameter Tho gravel must hl clue ii and It nnd that furnlilid on MoKlnney unit loiTeya Mill pIke and Turncrtvlllc anti McKlunoy pUo must Iw trout UrCi1I Itlver Tho court or Its rojirosontntlvu mn rvJiot sully material not of ropllr ilzo or iiimlltv 1I1udori mutt Hay whether alone will bo a brokon by Imnd or criubod Tho Biiporvlior re ervpi tho right to reject nnd llliink turns on which bills may la undo can Iw obtaliud from t County Merit Oople of bomU may hoI epicsgae1mul contractors will Iw permitted to MtHlllKlliiUlilKlAtt Hupervl or Turnpike Iload for LIuooliHouuty II t Bobbitt Writes From Castle Herrin IN JAIL STANFORD Fob 7Throui h tho extended columns of tho best country paper on tho continent I wish too send a few facts to tho great busy marts of the outside world In tho out sot I want to say 1 am delighted wii my quarters hero and my friends and associates I am making an active can vasa for the Legislature and have many friends In hero who will not desert mo oven after I am thrust out of these kind hospitable walls I treat on lerr onado and speak every day to an audi once that never grows weary nor less I never havo an audience to leave me To say I am pleased would bu Insipid to say I nm highly delighted would h e too common a phrase I havo notifies tho jailer that ho wont get mo out o f hero without n writ of ejectment I am averaging a client a day I haveJ brought two divorce suits since Tuesday I think 1 shall leavo this famou castle 500 winner Tho visitors la dies gentlemen misses and boys and baskets and delicate dishes would run tho jail Everybody in hero appears to bo delighted with their tare and quarters It is a glorious place I nev or expect to be satisfied again till I get n more permanent right to stay hnn longer What a jailer What a lady How came I hero T Anybody can get hero if they will try hard enough and long enough This is not the first time A scholar has been whipped and turned back for knowing moro than his teach- e cr Not the first time wo find Igno rnnco upon the throno and learning upon the scaffold What was the Imme dlato cause of my being hero 7 I was arguing a civil case had been speaking- an hour and n half and was quoting law like a wild mad torrent rushing down a mountain side Tho court tried to stop mo but I refused to atop The court told me if I did not stop quoting from the court of appeals lie would fine me The mad torrent of wild words rolled on I fino you 5 for contempt of court said tho judgd Mako it slopsaid I fino you 10 moro Send me to jail Tho court then saw he was dealing with a mad man who had left tho earth to be in the wicked den and humanely spared me I had turned from the jury and with clinched lit was hurling lofty defiance at the judge upon the bench and could have been convicted of assault had I been within sinking distance Had ho mo then for all the withering scorn I felt he would havo broken me up Or had ho sent mo to jail for as much con tempt as I then felt and expressed I should havo been in jail as long as Queen Elizabeth kept Sir Walter Ra lefgh12 years The court had mercy upon me a mad wicked sinner and held the case of offense for days reamit the fine I did not relent I didnot feel sorry I would not apologize I never saw more outrageous defiance in a court house that did not result in fight In tho Crab Orchard police court I have seen tho judgo come down from tho bench to whip a lawyer I havo seen tho lawyers fight each other and the marshal and lawyers fight This practice lasted there for 30 years and only 10 years ago I saw Deputy Sheriff Newland Constable Farris and three laymen holding this prisoner and tho Colossus apart But this is all wrong and temples of justice are sacred plac es and judges should bo respectful to lawyers and tho lawyers should bo reo apoctful to the courts and when are not und hurl defiance at them thoy- should bo punished for it My punish ment Is too mild Tho court should have sent mo to jail Now ho has only increased my practice and I shall leave jail the same kind and gentle and bold bad man I always was- FONTAINE Fox BOIUUTT Neighborhood Favorite Mrs Jo D Charles of harbor Maine speaking of Electric Bitters saga It Is a neighborhood favorite hero with us It deserves to bo a favorite overywhoro It gives quick re lief In dyspepsia llvcrcomplaint kidney durangement malnutrition nor vousness weakness and general debil ity Its action on tho blood as a thorough purlllcr makes it especially useful ns a Spring medicine This grand alterative tonic Is sold under guaranteo at Pennys Drug Store 60c Barkeep gimme a highball A what A highball Where you been tending bar Im just in from Boston answered the barkeeper with a sheepish grin They call em altitudinous spheroids there Chamberlains Cough Remedy A Favorite Wo prefer Chamberlains Cough Remedy to any other for our children says Mr L J Woodbury of Mich It has done the croulllantI NEWS NOTES Joseph Lee threetimes mayor of Owcnsboro la dead Mr Sulzer of New York introduce a bill In tho House to make Lincoln brlthday a public holiday- h Mrs Margaret U Morgan a direct descendant of Daniel Boone and John Quincy Adams died at Evansville The report Is again current in French banking circles that the Japanese Goi ernment is trying to float a loan f Paris Nino miners two whito and seven colored were killed by an explosion In a mine of the Moody Coal Company a South Carrollton Ky Another was fatally Injured Bench warrants were served and bond was executed by the five agents of the American Tobacco Company at Lexing ton who were Indicted on tho charge o f violating the antitrust laws The president of tho Big Six typo graphical union in New York and two organizers were fined 250 each and sen tenced to 20 days imprisonment by the New York Supremo Court for violating injunctionAn of rebating by rail roads In California is to be Instituted by the Railroad Commission of that- State It Is said that 4000 cases of rebating have been perfected against the Southern Pacific Company At a school entertainment on Dull creek in Letcher county John F Ghent shot and perhaps fatally wounded Alex Combs his near nelghbpr Later in the day Alex Combs stabbed Shade Dixon very seriously All the parties were drinking heavily Judge Robert Riddell circuit judge of the 23rd district including Breathitt county died at his homo at Irvine Es till county aged 75 Death resulted from a fall received about four weeks ago Ho is survived by a number of children including Mrs C P Cunningham of Uiddlesboro Tho Fayette county grand jury re turned an indictment against the Amer ican TobaccoCo charging it with via lilting the State antitrust law by con spiring to reduce the price of leaf tobacco Five agents of the company are also said to havo been indicted These bills were not made public Skin Disease of Twenty Years Standing Cured- I I want you tb know how much Chamberlains Salvo has done for mo It has cured my face of a skin disease of almost 20 years standing I havo boen treated by several as smart physicians as wo hue in this country and they did mo no good but two boxes of this salve has cured me Mrs Fan nie Grlffcn Troy Ala Chamberlains Salvo U for sale by all druggists Judge D B Redwine who acted as attorney for Beech Hargis slayer of James Hargis waived examination for 1his client at Jackson and the defendant was held to tho grand jury without bail It is said JthSt Judge Hargis will pro vides that his estate shall bo held in trust for his widow during her lifo and then to be continued in trust for tho benefit of his two children Mrs Evelyn Hogg and Beech lIar is A wouk Stomach moans weak Stom ach nerves always And this is also true of the heart and Kidneys Its a pity that sick ones continue to drug the Stomach or stimulate the Heart and Kidneys The weak nerves not helJlrtorative has and Is promptly helping so many sick ones It goes direct to tUo cause of those diseases Tost this vital truth and see Pennys Drug Store From Vienna comes a story of an aged couplo who havo been married 100 years They live In tho Hungarian vII liago of Isonbolgl The husband is said to bo 120 yenta old and his wife 110 They havo no fewer than 712 descend ants Keeping Open House Everybody Is welcome when wo feel good and wo feel that way only whenI our digestive organs are working iroperly Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills egulato tho action of stomach liver und bowels so perfectly ono cant holJlI feeling good when ho uses theso pllli ioo at Pennys Drug Store George Settle aged 30 andmarried a lawyer of Berea was sentenced to the penitentiary for 10 years for alleg ed intimate relations with a girl under IG years of age Settle Was arrested In the summer of 1907 on a warrant worn out by MissJJrucilla Moberly What To Do When Bilious The right thing to do when you feel bilious is to take u dose of Chamber alns Stomach and Liver Tablets will cleanse tho stomach and tho liver nml bowels Try It IregUlato cents samples free at all HUSTONVILLE The musicale on Friday evening given by the young ladies was a success financially and otherwise A line of the best farms in the bluegrass where night riders are not known for sale by Williams Co real estate agents HustonVllIo Ky- Charles T Bohon of Lebanon wa the guest of his sister Mrs Sue Jones Mrs Jones left this week to spend- n a month with relatives and friends In Texas Biff Floyd of Mt Salem had a fine filly which he recently refused 200 fort to fall and break her fore leg above the knee The veterinary has her suspended and the broken leg In plaster Paris The Huatonville Masonic Lodges reg ular meeting on Friday evening will be called to order at 230 p M The cause of the early hour is on account of work and every member is requested to be presentJames Yowell has returned from Cu ba much delighted with his trip and the South generally but not sufficient to cause him to leave old Kentucky lIe was impressed with the magnificence of Havana and the grandeur of Morro Cas tie on the beach J Roy B Rose and family of Eto wa Tenn arrived Saturday for a visit previous to their removal to Atlanta Ga The L N railroad which gives Mr Rose employment is preparing to open a store house of repairs in that city and Mr Roso will have charge of it Miss Frances Cooper of Stanford is the guest of Miss Edna Camnitz Boyd Weatherford who is studying pharma cy in Cincinnati came home to attend the funeral of his grand mother Mrs Mary J Weatherford Mrs Ellis Bates of Wayne county is the guest of Mrs Sue Jones The Hustonville Auxilliary met with Mrs Emmett McCormack Thursday af ternoon There was a good attendance and an interesting program Mrs Rob inson was leader and very interesting talks were given by Mrs Rocker and Mrs Kate Powell One new member was present and took part Wo have reliable information to the effect that indictments will surely be found against some of Casey countys road officials and the county judge at the next sitting of the grand jury at Liberty The condition of the Middle burg and McKinney pike which has been given comparatively no attention is almost intolerable Rev Bennett the new pastor of tho Christian church arrived Saturday and preached to a large congregation Sunday morning and evening Mrs Ben nett his wife who has a splendid so prano voice sang a solo at the morning service By request she will sing an other selection next Sunday morn ing The subject of Rev Bennetts sermon for next Sunday morning will be On tho Rock 1 Will Build my Church The Jumping Place Consumption had mo in its grasp und I had almost reached tho jumping oil place when I was advised to try Dr Kings New Discovery and I want to say right now it saved my life Im provement began with tho first bottlo and after taking ono dozen bottles I was a well and happy man again says Geprgo Moore of Grimesland N C As a remedy for coughs and Olds and a healer of weak sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia Now Discovery Is supremo 60c and 81 atIPennys Drug Store Trial bottle Londons egg consumption is estimated to bo as follows Number of eggs consumed 800000000 weight 60 000 tons cost to consumers 20000000 London draws half of her yearly supply from England and 15 per cent fron Franco Special Announcement Regard ing the National Pure Food and Drug law We are pleased to announce that Foloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles Is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs nnd we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store Tho House Committee on Naval Affairs voted to recommend an appropria Lion for the building of two battleships- of the Delaware class instead of the = tour battleships recommended by the Navy Department and urged by the resident taeSuffering and Dollars Saved E S Lopez of Marllla N Y says I am a carpenter and have had many lovero cuts healed by Dncklens Arni- ca Salvo It has saved me suffering md dollars It Is by far the best healing salvo I havo evor found Heals burns sores ulcers rover lJotilreTze na and piles 25o at Pennys Drug- Store R SWftI1MQa CutPrice Sale r 1 All Winter Goods Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost In ofSpring82Q Mens Suits cut to 81308 y 1750 1248 u1500 Is a a 1148 X0481000I750 a a 408 348Ito 81098 1250a a a 848 1000 608 750 850 a a 408 500 tC 600It ct 348 1500 Mens Crnviuctto Rain Coate Cut to 1098 1250It n u a 898 1000 048 84 Mens HighlCut Shoes cut to 348 8350 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8208 83 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8248 The above are only a few of the Bargains we have for you Come Jin and see what we have i SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La lies and Gouts IFurnishinga Etc TO HOUSEKEEPERS I il The Standard Oil Cos l INCORPORATED Celebrated Lamp Oil FI9ROOFy Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is su perior in every respect to the SoCall ed Fancy Oils for which you pay more money Try it and be convinced For sale by all uptodate dealers stC Remember Your account is Due the first of each month We find this more satisfac tory with both buyer and seller and it enables us to do business on less capital and make better purchases Respectfullyl WsH HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky JTHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TOjTRANSFER MONEY IS BY ILONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 1 FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE OO PANVIINCOnPORATtO t k I c v i The Interior Journal I at R c WALTON i JOHN J MOSER count1lablect a I I M BRUCE Is a candldnte for Juliet of Lincoln county subject to the hctlon of the Democratic r 1t JAMES Co HAYS iklableotD C ALLENhti candidate for Assessor ot Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER ISA candidate for the Democrntlo nomina tlon for Jailor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party Democratic Ticket ForJUnlted States Senator J C WIBECKHAM ITilEseven patriots at Frankfort are a bad precedent and at a 100 most inopportune time It is only era about a year until the democrats will nominate the county and district offi cers Suppose a bunch of all wise sons ofguns in each county would imitate era the holy seven atFrankfort where will the democratic fparty be 7 Those are socalled democrats who are urging tho bolters on should ponder to while over what they are doing IT looks like the liquor men have at last struck a man upon whom they can agree for the United States Sen ate MrCharles P Dehler the well known brewery agent seems to fill the bill Let tho seven center on him of I and stop their foolishness Mr Deh ler is a gentleman and a statesman and would reflect credit upon the noble seven in the United States Sen inate ITUECourierJournal says that it look ed for a while at Frankfort Tuesday as if WheelcrJICampbell would win the 1 Senatonal lace As Campbell got only five votes out of 126 present we fail to see how even the distorted mind of the or CJ correspondent could think of such an improbability TUB National Model License League through T M Gilmore president is al trying to prove by the Bible that the I phohlbitionists are all wrong This looks very much like the devil quoting i I scripture jPOLITICAL was elect r ed chairman of the new State Board of Valuation and Assessment- ConJtressman Harvey Helm has asked the National Bureau of Agricujture to make a survey of Boyle and Rockcastle unties Representative James T Lloyd of Missouri was elected chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign CommitteeSenator Nat Cureton will introduce a bill making a county liable for damage done by night riders where the persons who committed the outrage are known The indications are that there will be an early adjournment of Congress The big bills are being rushed through the committees with this end in view Acting Gov Cox has appointed E T Wesley of Somerset Special Judge to preside over thelregular term of the Pulaski Circuit Court in place of Judge Jarvis who is ill o The bill to I appropriate 460000 for 4r the furnishing of the Capitol will be favorably reported as will the bill appro priatinel75000 for a new executive mansion at Frankfort About 9000000 may be secured from the Government by people of the South 1 if the Cooper bill reported unanimously by the House Committee on War C Claims becomes a law The Republicon primaries in Ohio Tuesday were all of a kind Secretary Taft making a clean sweep of the deletI gates chosen The last hope of the Foraker element vanished when the Ohio Supreme Court declared that the Rodway Committee of Cuyahoga coun I ty which is controlled by the Taft peo pIe was thevalid organization in that- county NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IIN Hines a prominent young j business man is dead at Science Hill Fletcher C Murphy a prominent citizen of the Powars section of Casey is dead after a brief illness I Capt W F Cooper one of the oldest conductors on the L N died at a few days ago 1Corbin William Welch aged 80 one of the oldest and most prominent women of Lebanon Junction is dead 1 Joseph Cunningham aged 62 proprietor I of the Commercial Hotel at Bur I gin died suddenly of heart trouble I Byrum H Spaw has been made postmaster at Chelf Casey county and t1 Joseph N Combest at Ingle Pulaski i countyGeorge Van Winkle was caught inf j T the machinery of a planing mill at the Jones Lumber Companys saw mill near and seriously hurt 1Williamburg tr The Queen Crescent freight depo Georgetown burned causing a heavy lossRepublicans of this district met at Nicholasvllle and organized a Taf club Dr R L Davison of Stanford was one of the speakers of thoI occasionThe Senate passed the bill pro viding for the submission ora constitutional amendment to the people giving the Legislature authority to chang system of taxation Miss Fannie Watts one of the best women of Richmond while try to administer food to her sick horse attacked by the frenzied animal and upper lip was almost bitten oil Mrs Tram Conn diedat her home In Somerset and the body was taken to Lancaster for interment She was the daughter of Joe Arnold of that place and leaves a husband and four small childrenDan who T was sentenced to serve ajyear at hard labor in Lancaster but who escaped the first day he was taken out to work six months ago after being chased over several States was captured at Mddleto rn 0 Somewhat of a sensation has been created at Lebanon by the returning of indictments against two saloonkeep doing business at New Hope Nelson county by the grand jury of Ma rion county which is now in session The indictments charge the saloonkeep with selling liquor in a local optlol territory Fiftyeight of the true bllli against W A Ferrill and 33 are against Mrs Rosa Gleason It is al leged that these persons have been sell agentsIany sired BRODHEAD J F Watson will soon move his stock drugs to the new building near Cher rys store The remains of Orville Schaeffer who was killed near Byington Tenn Sunday were brought here and buried the Baptist cemetery Tuesday Pastor Smith of the Baptist church announced Sunday that he will begin a protracted meeting here about March He will be assisted by State Evan gelist McFarland The prayer and Bible reading service as it is styled by some The Progressive Bible Reading service which meets every Thursday night at the Baptist church is becoming more and more interesting each meeting Sever nice features are connected with it which includes essays speeches songs and each meeting the life and characteristics of some one of the old patri archs is discussed On Wednesday morning about 3 o clock that dreaded monster death visited our town and took from time to eternity Mrs J E Woodyard famil iarly known as Aunt Jane Thougl the end was expected for some time yet when it came it caused a shock of sadness For nearly two years she had been in failing health gradually grow ing weaker She was 88 years old was married to Mr J E Woodyard whet quite young She leaves to mourn her loss a husband and two daughters Mrs Kittle B wife of J H Hilton and Mrs Susie B wife of J Thomas Cherry Also seven grand children Mrs Birdie wife of R H Batson ol Lancaster Miss Susie Hilton Lester B Hilton Mrs John B Nevius of Leba non Junction Miss Ethel Hilton now attending Hamilton College Lexington Miss Geneva and Master Willard fill ton also one great grand child little Miss Cecil daughter of Mr and Mrs Batson Aunt Jane was born and reared in Pulaski county her maiden name being Vanhook She came of one of the pioneer families of this State Her father at ono time was captured by the ndians and held a captive for nearly five years Her mother was scalped by ndians Everything good that could e said of anyone can be said of Aunt Jane She never had an enemy None ever heard her speak a harmful word of any one In a conversation just before depth she said a tramp had never left her door unfed So gentle kind and patient was her Christian life hat no funeral sermon need be preached for she preached it herself in her dally life The services were onducted Thursday by Mr J C Mc Jlary of Stanford then all that was mortal of the good woman was laid to rest for a time in the Christian church cemetery This May Interest You No one is Immune from kidney trouble so just remember that Foleys Sidney Cure will stop the Irregular tles and cure any case of kidney and ladder trouble that is not beyond he reach of medicine Pennys Drug- Store Three persons are dead and 20 dangerously ill in the vicinity of West Manchester 0 with fever an pidemic of which was caused by impure water from an old well An independent tobacco grower of Bourbon county mine his tobacco plant beds to prevent depredations by the night riders A loss approximating 250000 was aused in the vicinity of Atlanta by the torm which swept across Central Georgia Monday Fearing ho would become insane lenry C Haganla sanitarium attend nt shot himself in a Lex igton hotel Five robbers dynamited the Farmers and Mechanics Bank at Rich Hill lo and got away with 23000 I t CHURCH MATTERS Rev D M Walker will preach at Rowland at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon The Jewish yearbook reports that of 11585000 Jews in the world 17770 are in the United States Rev Cal Cooper who conducted the I funeral services of the late Judge James Hargis was a member of the famous Orphan Brigade C S A Subject Sunday morning at the Methodist church Matt 1719 Why Could we not Cast Him out P Ep worth League 630 Preaching at 715 Rev R E C Lawson ofSpringfiel is expected to assist the pastor the Presbyterian church in a of meet- Ings beginning on Monday night April 20 Tickets to the lecture at the Methodist church Thursday Feb 20 are going like hot cakes on court day ne little girl has sold 12 another 10 and several others are selling fast P If you have Catarrh rid yourself of this repulsive disease Ask Dr Shoo of Racine Vlsl to mail you free Ii trial box of his Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy A simple single test w111 surely tell you a Catarrh truth vell worth your knowing Write today Dont suffer longer Pennys Drug- Store Home In Middlebur For Sale Iwlih to sell privately the homo and lot In Mlddleburg Nosey county known ni tbe I limo OOWIIII house li noneproptrtrThostory frame m earouthouioi anti the lot contains moat nil acre Two wells on the place Hplendl cliool In town and the levenil demimlm tlon have cmlltnule churches For furthi particulars or write to me J r llUllIIbKTurnersvlllo Kr 50 Years An AgencySi The oldest in Central Kentucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Commissioners Sale J Lincoln Circuit Court BPOwsley WIT Vi Mary C Felan Et AI Delta Nottcoof Hale Pursuant to n Judgment and order of sale In the abovo styled notion In the Tti coin Circuit Court the undersigned MaiU OOIllIll1 onMONDAY 112Ub 1WN lletwevn 1 and S v x In front of the court house door In HUmlord Ky veil at publl outcry to the hicheit and best bidder the following criiwd real estate which 18 situated In Lincoln county Ky The IRIIt real estate U that tract of lund on which M Kelnnd resided ut the time of his drat anti Is located on the Htiinford and Diinrlll Turnpike about four nod onehalf 111111 North of Stanford Uon the waters of Hani tog Fork and Is bounded as follows nt the abutment of the Hani IIIK ForkbrldgeonthoMtanfordoudPal yule turnpike thence up the 011 the Hwope place no owned b Jnckson 10 tbo corner of Nr E Dawson laud thence the llneof sold 1alld to the corner 01 that land and the land of T C lloblniton deceased thence with the IIIlI of the sold Uobluton land to the corner or the land known as the lush tract them with the line of that land to the land of J T Jlackley known as the i Valley pint thence H straight line to the Hanging For thence Hackleyg line up hanging Fork to the J H Jtosley land thence the line or that land to the corner of the Hninfor Erwin land thence with the line of thnt land to tho corner of the Virginia King land thenco with the line of that land 10 the beginning containing 470 acres moro orless Tho court adjudges that this land can not be divided without material Impairment to Its value and accordingly the entire boundary will be sold as n whole Out of tho proceeds of the sale the philntllT K P OWl ha paid bU debt which U the sun of I27HJU with Interest thereon nt the rate otO per cent per annum from Nov II luui nnd also the coats ot this action which will remount to tho sum of fSYi40 exclutlv of the sum which will ho allowed to tho dtaburalliFthoAfter the payment of said debt and the costs or this action the residue of the pro cecds of this solo will be held subject to future orders ol the court Tho sale will be made on creditsofsix am 12 months one half of the purchase price together with the Interest that may nccrui thereon to be duo anti payable at expl ration of each of the periods of time afore said For the purchase price the purchase will be required to give bond with approvci security payable to the Commissioner am bearing Interest at the rate of six ter cOllt paidthen udgllltlntlIml further secured by a lion on the land sold Upon the confirmation of tho sale the pur chaser will boentltledtothe Immediate pos lesslon of the land sold elcet that par which has heretofore been by Commission era of tho Lincoln County Court allotted to Mary O Feland its her dower In tho lands of A YehlllddectnHetJ The said limdniiot ted Is hounded as follows lieglnnliiK at a point In the middle of tho Danville and Stanford turnJllkelnellr the gate and en trance to corner to the whole boundary thence with ulddln of like end with boundary line N aiU W II halos N 8l W 7 chains N 44 W SlKOchaln to a point In or near the middle of the pike hence leaving pike with line of dlstrlc chool house lot Zi K S 81100 chains 141 W 34 chains H 42y W Y IUolln chains to the frollt face or thin onthealt ohntmcnt or the turnpike bridge across Hanging ork thence down said creek along tht Jouthenst bank N 35 K 6 chains N t3y K pUlling line of the Kichardson tract at Me 100 chains in all on same course a chain U K H 6410chalns N 1814 W p chains N iw 7 chains N 35 W 2 63100 chains to n point at it stono fence a now corner In lined boundary thence n new line Icnv Ing the creek N 00 E 28 82100 chains to a arge red oak on the east side of and near rain H a K 10 Mloo chains to a wild cherry reeN WiK7 75 100 chains to a stake YI Inks N ro W from a large cherry tree hence with a fence H bye K 25 challis to n take at the end of a stone fence thence with Bald fence N Iti W 8 41W to II take then still with fence Hri W S ttlK baffle to tho belllllnlnlli contaningcount- nit to the IInglng Fork la0j cros As to this part which has been allotted to Irs Feland she will have the right to re aln possession and use until Oct 15 luos buloll and utter that date the purcaser rill then twcomo Immediately entitled to thu full possession of said boundary but II the purchaser of the farm desires to sow vhcut Qr rye on any part or the land the IBO of which Is so reserved by the Before Oct 15 lust he pray do so provhltaf he does not injuriously interfuse with nny crop then stundlngon the land The wido-ws also entitled to egress and Ingress to the rend after the Ifith of OctoberlWMand until Jan 10 iwju for the of removing raps which slid shall have cultivated dur ng HIM but In so doing whit shall pity due egaixl to the rights of tho owner of tho and The purchaser will alto bo entitled to the Joint use with tho widow of the pass way from the turnnlko road back to any lortlon of tho land not Included In the xnindury reserved to the widow ns afore aid whenever he desires to do so for the lookingftertheGEO D SAUFLEY M C L C C L e g H J MCKOBERTS Clearance f Sale Begun Feb 8th and Continues Three Weeks We do this to make room for Spring Goods to turn our large stock into CASH and to offer you a real genuine to purchase goods at MUCH LESS THAN THE IR REAL VALUE Remember during this sale NOT ONE ITEM WILL BE CHARGED Mens Clothing Boys Shoes Hosiery 82500 Suits nt 81850 8350 Patent nt 8250 8300 Silk Hose nt 200 2000II 1100 350 Gun Mctnl 250 260II 176 1750II 1300 300 Shoes 225 200II 150 l OOII 1100 250II IM 100II 75 1250CI 900 200II 165 50 Lisle limo nt a5 10GOII 700 150II 125 25 Cottan Hose nt o- Mens Overcoats Girls Shoes 15CI 10 10 fI J82000 Overcoat at 81400 1GOjoOO Shoes nt 201250 25 Boys Gibraltar 1750II 175CI 140 25 Muses fI 20 1 1000 1500CI 1 50II Henr Skin 10 850 1001513oys1 50tI 125I II 10 1 00CI 700 100t l8lll 10II fI 8or Odd Pants 85 8000 Pants at 8150 05CI 60 Ladies Shoes 500tI 360 Mens Heavy fihi 8360 Ultra at 52liO 400 tII5 81125too Brockiwrt nt 225 I 8300 Shoes at 51t 115950 CIIroo I 50CI 185 300tI 200 200II 1liO 011II 1G5 175 1 50tI 111250 1 OII 1 25 200II looRubber Shoes Hats 150II 8500 Stetson lints nt 637l 125 Knee Pants 100 8400 Itubbcr Boots nt 8335 pGOti JGO 100tI 75 350 4 300 3liOtI 276 50 35 300 Buckle Shoes at 225 300 Still HnU at x100 Mens ShirtS 250 Bucklelrctics nt 185 300 Sort Hnts nt 200 8250 Wool Shirt nt 8160 00 160 2liOII 176 200tI 125 15CI 140 200 150 150tI 100 90 Rubber Shoes at 75 150CI 100 i 100tI 7n 0II 5O 100fI 7G 150 Dress Shirt 100 40CI Trunks 100tI 75 Mens Fine Shoes slogoPruukeat 8760 50 35 8500 Walkover nt 8100 70 50 Work Shirt 40 400 325 UOOCI OIMens 360 285 850III 8300 Silk Muffler nt 817 500 planes J7li 600II 375 250fI 150 400II 300 450 3CO 200 125 350CI 275 400 150 J0 Heavy Shoes Suit CasestI 81000 Leather nt 7CO 8000 84liOHigh Pop 100 Silk ILkfs C 00II U 750I 000 50II 40 r1 500r 400400 8- 17 00 25 tI 20 350CI 205 350 Lndies Cases nt 276 100 Silk Suspenders 50 700 Leather Ingle nt 50ojt 50 SnspemlenlI 10 Honest Mike 000 500 25 20 8500 Boots 81J7 500 400 Clothingl0r Ii 100 Overalls 80 260 Mike Shoes 210 250 30II chiMe 20Mens Underwear 500 GlovesI8150 Garment 100 Rain Coats 82500 Coatnt 81850 10liOO 7b Iii 8200 Gloves nt 8150 1600 150 1152000 25I 16 100 75 1a001750 1500If 1100 Umbrellas 50 40 25 20 1000II 750 8760 Silk nt 8500 Boys Suits 500 35o HandkerchiefsSocks 81000 Suits nt 8050 400If 275 25o Linen Handkerchiefs nt 15o 750If 550 300 Gloria 200 160If lOo 650 475 250 176 lOc 70 500It 375 200It 150 6cIt 4t- 50o 400II 300 150 116 Socks nt 35o- 26o 350II 260 125II 90 20c 100II 225 100It 76 150 100 f J I 25tIf 175 50It 35 lOc 70I i 1 In addition to the above there arc many little things wo cannot mention Coino and see wliat we can do for you + See if wo do not do in this rule 111 wo do every tiny in lifejust what wo promise Our doors open at 7 A M close nt 15 P M Again remember this is n CASH SALE II J McROBERTS Stanford I1mlt Lumber For Sale I All kinds of tough Liunr for sate Hills filled on short notice Grist mill In connec tlon Mill on Ureen river JumlKj rond b miss Hast of lcKlllnt Newell McKlnney KrILand Posted l thn that l IUIIIIIhedFARM FOR SALE 103 acres near Klngsvllle Ky tfno mile from railroad station About acres clear ed balance good tobacco land wbenclcared loud fllnll house and stock tarn frame strati for tobacco barn all ready to put up II water young orchard One growth of timber Mutt bo sold J I Klngsvllle IlIKI argeforexaminanonorscientiacalI- re i nll yea by uptodate scrlption glasses ground In style frame or mounting work and material guaranteed satisfactory I charges moderato Central Telephone llulldlng llustonvlllo Ky L 1 IOWKLU Graduated Optometrist RheumatismI tnetfinI Not s that s dlrtorted limbs of chronic cripples nor turn luny raiD 11 Impoulble HUt I canaoWStqaree1h till the pain rD4 pangs deploratlia liens a Chemist In the CIty of Darmstadt1ntit tho but hyrredJent with o Remedy WM nude w perfectodTdipeiutabls prescription Without that lest utu1ly y 1aM UIIt mydal ausl Iboee n eand of tgrannlu wasafound In UIDlU D100daeem tod1JaolTII and pass away tmdv the ailtloa of this remedy at Ireelr Ken robesidtneepohionnow wUIeI water freely paw from the systuo wad saris of Rheumatism U cone foreTtr There U now JeoI need nc actual excuse an suffer looter wino out help We sell and inonfldeooa nccinimand Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE e CASH SALE Saturday opportunity Furnishings nol water Rome In the sickroom there is scarcely one article of greater utility than the hotwater bottle We carry a large variety of good hotwater bags Our prices are from 75c to J75 PENNYS DRUG STOREIt Stanford Kentucky t DO IT NOW i i Get Aldridge to put you on a tin roof that will keep you dry and catch good clean wa ter in a galvanized gutter Pipe it to the cis tern put on a cast iron cistern top that will last life time and a galvanized bucket pump to purify and pump the waterIf SeH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky I i l P 1iI f Sewing Made Easy If you buy a McCnll Pattern to guide you Your neighbor will tell you they nrc easy to understand und cut by All patterns in stock Wo ore making special prices on Sheets Sheeting Drown Cottons Blench Cottons Calicoes Ginghams Linen Lawns Pillow Linens White Waistinge and Laces Embroideries Mutton Long Cloths Nainsooks Etc r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD KY Flan 14 1008 to W are Toady to figure with you on for Spring Wo recommend SherwinWilliams as tho best and cheapest Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS t Mns LAURA IIAMILTON of Lebanon is with the Misses Ucazlcy- MB SAM RODINSON U in Now lied ford Mae visiting an uncle MESSRS G L PENNY and J T Em bry were in Frankfort this week Mns W S DENIIAM and Miss Mary McRobert arc with Danvillo friend MH AND MRS JAMES I HAMILTON of Lancaster were hero yesterday returning from Memphis NEWS comes from Danvillo that Mesdames Mary Bowman and Eliza Blain are both quite sick ATTORNEYS THOMAS H SHANKS W S Uurch and George B Saufloy nro In Frankfort on legal business EDITOR E S AumioiiT of tho ML Vernon Signal was in town Tuesday f in tho Interest of his good paper MESDAMES JAMES F HOLDAM of this place and It H Uronaugh of Crab Orchard are with relatives in Oklaho t ma f NEWS comes from Hot Springs that Mr George II Cooper who is there trying to get rid of a fearful case of Is doing splendidly This will bo good news to of friends HARRY EiciiENnEROER who grad bupted with honors In piano tuning at a Ohio will return to tho North Western Ohio School of Piano Tuning today or tomorrow to take a course in organ tuning I LOCALS JUST received a carload of White and mixed seed oats J S Murphy McKlnney NICE lot of locust posts for salo at gumbo Ky D C Sipple Stanford IL F D No3 Five THOUSAND rods American Field Wire Fence In stock W L Perkins Crab Orchard Ky MASQUERAPB rink at Waltons Opera House Friday night Feb 5il 5 in cash to best maskers I FOR RENT OR SALETwo largostore in tho best business block in the tf I 1town of Stanford Ky J S Owsley Sr- I 248 Ashland Ave Lexington Ky + THERE will bo a meeting of tho Uniformed Rank Knlghta of Pythias in th Castle Hall hero Saturday night a f 1which all of tho members are requested to present AT the lecture room of the Christie- church this Friday evening there be a Christian Endeavor social from 730 to 1030 All corjltally invited Frank Powell president UeBllio Yantis secy DRS CARPENTER OBannon and Da 7 vlson removed an eyo for Harvo Wntts a few days ago Watts is in jail await ing his trial for killing Hal VanDovccr at Klngsvlllo and has suffered greatly with tho member J f ON account of the Mardi Gras a I i New Orleans tho L N will eel roundtrip tickets to New Orleans Mo bile and Pensacola on Feb 26 27 28 29 and March 1 and 2 at ono faro plus 25c See agent J S Rico for further particulars ON Friday next Feb 21 a big masquerade rink will bo given at Wal tons Opera House The best masked female will bo given 250 and the best maskedmale a similar amount number of young people have alread- s expressed their determination to ente the contest r FOR tho benefit of the Epworth League and mountain preachers Rev T W Barker pastor of tho Methodist church will deliver a very humorous I lecture at that church on Thursday I evening Fob 20 on the subject Dear Old School Admission 25c Go and enjoy an hour or so of pleasure Tim firm of J R Harris Co Iwhich has enjoyed a liberal patronage at Turnersvillo will be no moro after April 1 Messrs J R Harris and John F Cash who compose it have sold the stock to Lutes Bros Messrs Kceno Lutes of Lexington and Charles Lutes of Hustonvitlc and they willI greatly increase tho stock when they take charge Mr Harris will likely locate in California Mr Charles Lutes will continuo in flio stock handling 4business and pay tho highest market your sheep cattlo and hogs Mr Keene Lutes will havo charge of tho store Tilts is St Valentinos day Have you observed iii SEE the Chattanooga Plow before you buy Geo II Farris CAR tOAD of Pioneer Wlro Fence just received E T Pence PLACE your order for Amercan fence at once At Geo H Farris CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cools Farmers barber shop FOR SALElf boating ginseng plants 1000 small plants and 7000 seeds All for 40 A P Brockett Stanford FOR SALRA no 51 Hot Blast Air Tight Heater will heat three or four JICBURTON SPIRES will have asalo of his stock crop farming Implements and household and kitchen furniture at his homo near Highland on Saturday Feb 22 HENRY JENKINS an L N brake man wboso homo was at Lebanon Junc tion fell from his train near Pine Hill and died from the injuries a few hours later TilE Knights of Pythias postponed their meeting from last night until tonight Friday in order that all hands and tho goat might see Nip and Tuck at Walton Opera House NOTICE Having removed on Lan caster street opposite tho courthouse I solicit your trado in all kinds of repairing of watches clocks jewelry and graphophoncs Also such things sold on smallcommission Robt Fen zel Stanford Ky WHEN the news reached Pulaski county a few days ago that her gift ed son lion Fountaino Fox Bobbitt was incarcerated in tho Stanford jail for contempt of court it was all that cooler heads could do to prevent tho formation of a company of nightriders to move on tho jail for his liberation Somerset Journal fcJlICNEY Mrs Jane Rigney died Tuesday of pneumonia at tho homo of her eon in law John W Gooch in the Turnersvillo section Sho was 74 years old and was n most estimable Christian woman Mrs RIgncya husband was a brother to Mr Frank Rigney of this totthey wero interred yesterday announcesjnation for jailer of Lincoln county this Issue This splendid old democrat has been beaten several times for tho nom ination for jailer but always comes up smiling and supports his successful opponent Ho says his wagon is getting worn his horses are tired and wood is getting scarce and that ho must get some other job than hauling wood to town Ho will greatly appreciate any hist1taco MR HARRY WEBBERand company presented tho protean delection com edy Nip and Tuck at tho Capitol Theatre last night to a very good house despite the stormy weathar The play star and company gave un bounded satisfaction as tho frequent bursts of applause testified Mr liar ry Webber assumed many clover dis guises and tho traps plots and schemes eachyamusring The special scenery carried the company aided in giving realism to tho surroundings All in all tho show was exceedingly goodFrankfort Journal Prospects were good for a big audience for this splendid attraction at Waltons Opera house last night HER pastor Rev S B Lander pays Mrs Mary Jane Weatherford who died at Hustonvillo Tuesday morning a beautiful tribute Rov Lander knew tho gentle mother well and greatly loved and admired her Few if any more lovable characters have lived in thisI section and her taking away is a blow to tho community in which she lived The fact that she raised nine orphan children is abundant proof of Mrs Weatherfords goodness Her long life was full of kind acts and deeds and truly can it be said that she made tho world bolter by having lived in it May thoso who weep soon realize that their loss is mothers gain Sho lived a God ly Ufo and is now basking in the sunshine of the God Who gave her Busy as a Bird Dog Wo are these days looking for nud buying the best to be obtained for a giv en price in order to keep the good will and patronage of our host of customers Wo realize we must havo patronage and we believe we possess the secret of securing it It is our alertness to place before you the best and the newest at lower prices than others You do yourself financial injustice- if you fail to investigate the above statement I READ the notice to contractors which appears on our first page LOCUST posts and shingles for sale J LI Jarvis Saufiey Ky REMEMBER tho lecture Fun Fic tion and Facts at the Methodist church Feb 20 FOR SALEA fow choice Duff Op pington cockerels Mrs W J Holtz claw Gilberts Creek Ky JIM TALL colored is serving out a fine of 20 for breach of tho peaco Judge Tribble imposed tho fino Tues day THERE are lots of grip sufferers in town and tho number will bo largely augmented if this damp bad weather continues SOME wasdonethe sides of tho streets Wednesday but if that is what is termed working the streets we pass it up SCOTT a largo white and black spot ted hound with a scar on his front shoulder disappeared Friday Reward if found and brought to this office LAST CallAll accounts not paid by March 1 will be placed in an attorneys hands with instructions to bring suit if necessary Our business must bo set tlep Cummins McClary MR AND MRS CHARLES H CARTER were the hosts at an elegant dinner at their home last Friday in honor of tho 20th anniversary of their marriage About 30 of their intimate friends and relatives were present and spent a most delightful day Many handsome pres ents including 50 pieces of China and some linen It was an occasion to bo remembered by all and every ono left wishing the happy pair many more years of happiness and that they may livo to celebrate their golden wedding u MRS MARY JANE WEATHERFORD Mrs Mary Jane Weatherford was born Dec 17 1830 She was next toI tho youngest of seven daughters born to her father Mr Frank Lee and her mother Mrs Sophia Lee In June of 184G she was united in marriage to Mr Georgo D Weatherford To this marriage u largo family of children was born but only five of them attained the ago of maturity In addition to the children God gave her sho raised nine orphan children who found in her a true mother In July 1894 her husband was removed from tho walks of life and sho was left to cheer h9r fatherless children and to finish tho work given her to do At an early ago she united with the Presbyterian church and throughout her long and useful life sho was a faithful and consistent Christian Sho loved her church Sho loved her Master and sheI was consistent In her relation to every walk of life Now that she sleeps faithful friends rise to call her blcssedI Tho tribute of true affection is the offering of every heart that knew her Tho plaudit of Well Done is the Mas ters reward The crown that fadeth not Is the gift of His love- lIer funeral was held from the Hus tonvillo Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock In conform ity with her wishes tho service at the church was very simple after which her body was laid to rest in tho Huston yule cemetery A large concourse orI sorrowing friends followed her to her last resting place thus making acknowledgment of their love for her and sympathy for the bereaved family Her long and useful life had been a sourco of comfort and cheer to all who knew her Her unswerving faith in God had honored her Divine Redeemer And in the twilight of her earthly day Jehovah unveiled his matchless glory beforo hor closing eyes She saw nt last the King in His glory in thei land of far distances The strong arms of the great Shepherd tho arms upon which sho had leaned for nearly 8- 0yearsat last folded her to His bosom There she fell asleep with thoso whom she Had loved long since and lost while By her pastorS B LANDER MATRIMONIAL George Gafney aged 65 and Miss Crawford 17 were married in Marion ountyJoseph Montgomery Newell and Miss Laura Shelby Sandidge popular young people of the West End will be married on Feb 22 Miss Sandldgo Is a daughter of C T Sandidgo LANCASTER W L Lawson bought a bunch of hogs at 4 cents Mrs Belle Austen and daughters gave moved to flat apartments adjoin inj the public square Rev Yandell the Presbyterian min ister of Stanford has been visiting his cousin Rev C C Brown of this city Mrs J IL Williams Is ill of bronchial pneumonia Mr D M Lackey contin lues quite sick of an attack of chills and other complications- Mr and Mrs Jno E Stormes have gone to Clear Water Florida Miss Callie Adams is on a several weeks vis it to relatives in Atlanta- A local organization of the order of the Eastern Star is being established here among tho wives daughters and sisters of the Master Masons and prom ises to grow into an interesting mem Higglns of Wilson N C bought a pair of 4yearold mules from Mason of Madison for 500 he also bought a pair of mules from W B Burton for 525 and 10 horses from 4 to years old at from 200 to 300 apiece all to be shipped from this point to Wilson N C The literary club The Gleaners have selected as their subject of dis tension at thenext bimonthly meeting The American Fleet a quartette or sextette of ladies enter into open exposition of tho theme while all the members respond to the rollcall with a quotation on the chosen subject Fisher Herring is at home again after a sojourn in tho Falls City Miss Jennie Burndide of Bryantsville is tho guest of Miss Lena Rigney Miss Joe Helen Maret is visiting relatives in Atlanta A party will be given by the society folks on St Valentines eve Miss Allcen Bourne of this vicinity is visiting Mrs Warner of Stanfordf Misses Margaret and Joan Mount gave a leap year party at their pretty home Friday evening Miss Rella Ar nold left Wednesday for a threeweeks course in millinery trimming apart ments in Cincinnati in order to open an extensive line of millinery at Crab Or chard in March James Rice Brown and wife have returned to Chicago af ter a visit to his mother Mrs Nancy Brown who is suffering from a fall Mr and Mrs W T West iof this city announce tho engagement of their daughter Miss Ethel to Eld 0 W Parnold of Glasgow the marriage to tako place sometime in April The bride elcct is the handsome and accom plished daughter of Postmaster West and qualities that will make helpmeetTheyoung divino of the Christian church and has lately accepted a flattering call to tho pastorate of the Glasgow church Notice To Claimants Persons having claims ngnlust the estate of Jnutee K Lynn will present them to ui properly proven out litter than March IS for payment Jl1uod J u Lynn iiUuini J K Lynn Peoples Cure for Stomach Ills It would be folly to say that a person should be his own doctor quickInphysician but the fact does remain that there are many ailments that can be cured at home at very little expense Such remedies can be bought at any firstclass drug store for a small sum Among the diseases that can be effec pertainlike constipation dyspepsia biliousness flatulencr sour stomach bloated stomach tick headaches heartburn eta For these troubles there It no better remedy than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin the great herb laxative compound and among lu staunchest friends are the doc ton themselves in such troubles they know they have nothing better to offer than the In irredlenta contained In this remedy and hence the liberal ones advise their patients to take It Stories happens that at the commencement of an attack tome people hesitate to take such a simple remedy and run to a doctor but after trying various doctors they finally take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and have their confi poIntlawho suffered from what the doctors called ca tarrh of the stomach He was gives up to die by three leading physicians lie had no Ute couldnt ingest what little he did eat had severe pains In the stomach and finally mo manta when be himself thought he would die Ultimately be was advised to try Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin and did so and now be U entirely cured and has gained pounds He naturally advises all sufferers from weak stomach to use lu It can be had In cent and tl bottles and results are absolutely guaranteed or money is refunded Slur a bottle today and watch results FREE TEST Those within to try DrCald wills Syrup Pepsin before Buy ing can have a free sample boWl tent to their home by addressing the company This offer Is to prove that tho remedy do at we claim and It only own to than have never taken It Send for It If you have any symptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest most effective laxative for children women and old folks guaranteed permanent home cure THE PUBLIC VERDICT Laxative So Good and Sure as CAIOWEILS SYRUP PEPSIN This product bears purity guarantee No 17 Washington 0 Ci PEPSIN SYRUP 80 118 aldwall Bldg Montlosllo III CloJLast Call on Ladies Childrens Cloaks Ladies Furs at onehalf price About a dozen coats just sent us to dispose of cheap Last Call on Skirts at 14 Off Price New Spring Jackets just in Look them over South East Corner Main and Depot Streets Our Line of a Ladies and Childrens Shoes For Spring Arc now ready for your inspection Ladies Shoes in Lace and Button high tops nnd Oxfords at 81GO to 8350 per pair Chil drens soft sole shoes and slippers at 25c to 8125 Good school shoes for children at 75c to 82 per pair We carry the Krip pemlorfUHtman and Columbus Ohio Shoo for ladies and the Walker the Charles Meir and tho Scheiflele for children the best school shoes made Give us a trial and you will be satisfied with the wear durability and style of our shoes Nice line of Valentines and Easter Postal Card- sTRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes f Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY Housej t EXCEEDINGLYtONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST VIA THE HENDERSON ROUTE FROM LOUISVILLE KY HOMESEEKERS COLONISTf WAYTicketsand March 3d 17th ReturnTickets on sale Daily Limit 25 days March lit to April 30th OKLAHOMA CITY 2900 PORTLAND ORE4170ALA- MOGORDO N M 3500 SEATTLE WASH 4170 DALHART TEXAS 3250 TACOMA WASH 4170 FT WORTH TEXAS 3250 SPOKANE WASH 4170 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS 3250 SAN FRANCISCO CAL 4070 EL PASO TEXAS 4150 LOS ANGELES CAL 4070 CORRESPONDINGLY LOW RATES TO OTHER POINTS For further information address PAUL ESCOTT Trav Pass Agent L J IRWIN Gen Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY The Dead Lock Is Br eljIf they can not Elect a Senator at Frankfort I can Cut the Prices in Hustonville In Merchandise My Clearance Sale will begin Feb This means a great sacrifice nud slaughter of values Calicoes 5c Spool Cotton 5c Clothing iSpcr cent o0 Ladies Cloaks half off We can not carry these over if prices will unload ShoesLadies and Children from 50c to 8160 the kind wo sell from 82 to 8350 We cant enumerate here on paper but can at the store Cometearly to get choice No goods sold to merchants to retailjtradc only BSyPositively no goods charged at these prices CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter Buy Your Harness Plow Gear Trace Chains Col lars and Harness from l Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky t I 1 SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE HIc tGRADEM il RTISTIC WALL PAPERS i Our enthusiasm over really Fino Wall Papers has lead us into buying Thousand Rolls At 0 Third b1 far tho largest stock in Central Kentucky and was selected by an much fine paper and this surplus must bo sold To dispose of this overForty ne Regularexpert and tho l1rlceB these pro Papers down oven lower than tho com- stock we will begin mon papers nro sold Most of thcao arc room lots and only ono of n style consisting ofmore thanPrices to that tho Paper you select will be your exclusive style Nato prices clow and como early and get fret selection 5c RollAtthis very low pri Rollwhich RollI25cti1a ordinary goods A E cISBONS MAIN STREET IanvilleJ ffheInterior Journal griierrdin the Post Ofre at Stanford at J lmWclaumalltT pVfLIeUED T0ESUJLYH AND ilfIDATU t AT- 100 PER YEAR CASH l When not so paid MOfl will be charged L N TIME TABLE No II Mouth 1111 PM No Houth 1180 rM No North iUB A w No S North 81S P JOSS RICE Agent Rhode Island Reds I haveTS Single Comb Rhode Island lied pUllets and yearling hens for sale nt SI each lust be to make room for breeding pensrs L n COOK mnnford Ky f Jesse W Sweeney I t PHOPBIKTOB fcivory Food and Solo StaWo Lanoaster Kyt B D CARTERt Now Llverv Depot StreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Joseph 3244 Vol 11 bred and has been accepted for reg Americantbe No SHHM above Hire Edward No SW Baal Alexandra No 2M7 Hire of Sire Maple trCilH Bruce NoOOO dam of BlroOanadlan tIlIeII18I Hire of darn Kentucky Boy No uro dam of deal Golden Jays 0 IWI It Is well known that the Tamworth Swine le the t v highest prlc swine on the market Ills sire Kdward weight 1505 at years old palethisdam Alexandra weIght 1Ulold for 11001 1111 weight 3Stat it mon lie eroses well with every breed J will eland him at cosb JOIIN000K Stanford Ky Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ 110 agents Catalogue on application H F HIIJENMBYEK Soas- Lexington Ky tJJLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm IIC ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs They djwtllexchange Furniture for Kinds of Stock Give i t Them a Call Prices Right q t STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 4 1 Je Ce McClary 11 4Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlory lSTANFORD KY omco Phone ItomePhone 85 J Ii H FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE300 or 400 bales of good timothy hay for sale L C Dunn Mt SalemMyers Lutes of the West End sold to A W Carpenter 20 650 pound yearlings at 41c John G Lynn sold to Ruble Ruble hero Monday 17 twoyearold cattle and feeders at 4Jc Night riders have warned several farmers in Adair county not to raise any tobacco this year FOR SALE175 good ewes bred to good bucks will lamb about February 20 J J Thompson Stanford R F U No4 Young Coffey Chewning sold to Low Sullivan of Green county their young saddle stallion Fayette Artist for 600 says tho Adair News FOR SALEIS hlgh grade Jersey heifers bred to registered Jersey bull and will find calves in February and March Will sell any number to suit the purchaser C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky Walter R Cox the trotting horse driver bought of G C P Cecilof Danville the sensational green pacer George Gano by Gambetta Wilkes for 7500 The horse showed a mile in 2031 recently Neglected Colds Threaten Life From the Chicago Tribune Dout trifle with a cold is good advice for prudent men and women It may be vital in the case of a child Proper food good ventilation and properiweather of autumn winter and spring the chances of a surprlso from ordi nary colds will be slight But the or dinary light cold will becomo severe if neglected and a well established ripe cold Is to tho germs of diphtheria what honey is to the bee The atIcold Whether it Is a child or adult the cold slight or severe the very best treatment that can be adopted is to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy It Is safe anti sure The great popu larity and Immenso sale of this prepa ration has been attained bY1 its re markable cures of this ailment A cold never results in pneumonia when it is given For sale by all druggists PREACHERSVILLE Born to the wife of John Kennedy a boy James Miller of Kansas has arrived to be at the bedside of his sick father Candy Anderson colored is carry ing his faco in a sling as a consequence of falling on a railroad crossing Menefeo Elmore sold some corn to Rev Bascom Ragan at 3 Tho farm ers report considerable young lambs tnis seasonIMrs Jane Miller the aged wife of Henry Miller died Sunday of pneumo nia She was a most estimable lady and was beloved by all She was a sis ter of Jas Rigsby and her long and useful life was spent in the neighbor hood where she was born Her remains were laid to rest Monday in the Navlor burying ground Geo Phillips has moved to Berca John W Cummins has gone to Salvisa as storekeepergauger Mesdames Sam Ramsey and Hayden Naylor visited HenryMillerFannie Sutton is ilof grip Mrs Quincy Carpenter has been ill David Lunsford is about well Geo Anderson the colored mail carrier is very low Grippe Is sweeping thocountry Stop it with Preyentics before it gets deeply seated To check early colds with these littlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets is surely sensible and safe Proventics contain no Quinine no laxative nothing harsh or sickenlifg carlIygood for feverish children Large box 49 tablets 25 cents Vest pocket boxes 5 cents Sold by Pennys Drug Store The capacity of the camel is 40 miles a day for 12 or 14 days without water carrying 400pound load a Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and expels the cold from the system as it is The1genulno i l I 4 f J 1 JfiiJI Ii Chronic Constipation Cured One who suffers from chronic con stipation is in danger of many sera ous ailments Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates tho the liver and bowels restoring the natural action of thoio organs Commence taking it today and you will feel better at once Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup docs not nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Mrs Lucinda Montgomery died at the home of her daughter Mrs Lizzie Bottom at Junction City after seveial weeks illness with grip Deceased was in her 72nd year 54 of which she had spent as a devout member of the Baptist church of Perryville her former home Stop that tickling Cough Dr Snoops Cough Cure will surely stop It and with perfect safety It Is so thoroughly harmless that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else even with very young babies The wholesome green leaves and stems of a lung heallngmountatnous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Snoops Cough Cure It calms the cough apd heals the sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or sup press Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Penny Drug Store a The city of Philadelphia has paid for a strip of land 1 inch by 175 feet at Broad and Walnut streets 32500 For Rheumatic Sufferers The quick relief from pain afforded by applying CharaberlainsPaln lm makes It a favorite with su Iferers from rheumatism sciatica lame back lumbago and deep seated and muscular pains For sale by all druggists Robert Bryant aged 70 is dead at Harrodsburg 10 REWARD I Tor tbo arrest and conviction of nny person ordoll1Kthelandpast present mid future I nUocTr apec reward of JW for JIttinrpentet GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no one1l word for It but como and All goodllold at reduced price Mensanal Underwear and Rubbers Ienl gratefulII JHMITH A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Jffice over McRobcrts Drug Store in tho Owelejr Building QIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymode clothing when there readymadeaken by an experienced tnllorr I have n handome line uf Knll and Winter goods I au make from a low price builnen suit to TrouIMcKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs sit Harris Prors Dvalor In and manufacturers of Ornnlte and Marble ents firstClass Work WorksMcRlnneyKy INSURANCErue Lightning WlndRlO1Uf aad- oHIISnt None sad IKMTUowpitulvt Represented Lowest Pos ibis Kal 4 Guaranteed toss ls7ing110u- dUneoualled Talk with vlAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No St This fino German Conch Stallion 4 years old lot hands high weighs about 100 pounds for sale Ho was foaled In Oldenburg Germany is a line Inv dlvidual and has great style and action Will sell him at a very reasonable figure See hint at J Heazleys stable in Stanford ami write mo for fur ther particulars J C Run IrIART London Ky If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from STANFORD DRUG CO If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W BtMcRoberts muccisi STANFORD f ot OV I We Want To Buy Life In surance Policies I If you have a policy you wish to sell for theicash write us giving name of company and kind of policy how many annual premiums have been paid on it No policy of less than Seven Annual Premiums wanted We collect Notes and Accounts any where No charges unless we maKe the collection Real Estate of All Kinds Sold and Exchanged Reference Banks of Somersetr1 Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset 1I iJUtreceived n big line of these Cull mid see tho merits in them overjanything else on the market OED 11 First National BankStanford ICy Capital Stock JSOOOOi This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Bank of In JiOl then reorganised as the National hank of In 1885 and again reorranlled as the First National Baik of Stanford In 163 haying had practically an uninterrupted existence for 13 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact f0gbusiness promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers J 9 HOOKEU Puss T HARRIS V Pres J JIdcROBERTS Ohr W n WRARENAsst Ohn Directors V Reid Danville S T Harris Stanford J 8 Rocker Stanford R L Tanner M D Elmore Stanford 811 Baachman Stanford T P mil Stanford Jas Robinson Bubble I n Baugbman Stanford J M Pettui Stanford 0 B TateT Stanford the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KentucKy Capital 5000000 Surplus S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT 3000000IJD PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTOnSl J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walk cr Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W II fJ1Hj Gooch Gilberts Creek ti aL ttr